[Pdns-users] Nameservers are same domain as a domain that uses them - subdomains don't work!
brandon at aubie.ca
Mon Apr 28 16:30:34 UTC 2008
Just to be clear, mysportsite.com == mydomain.com in the below message.
On 28-Apr-08, at 12:24 PM, Brandon Aubie wrote:
> I have mydomain.com that has been using third party nameservers.
> I've had ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com running for months
> now on PowerDNS. I have host entries at GoDaddy for ns1 and ns2.
> I now want to use ns1/ns2.mydomain.com for mydomain.com so I made
> the nameserver change at my registrar and mydomain.com is running
> fine but no subdomains are, and DNS Stuff complained that ns1 and
> ns2 didn't respond with an A record (even though I had them in the
> mydomain.com zone.
> In fact, NO subdoains of mydomain.com worked anymore even though
> their A records were clearly stored in PowerDNS.
> I added a NEW domain to powerdns called ns1.mysportsite.com and
> another called ns2.mysportsite.com and now those are working.
> I then added new zones for all my subdomains and now those work, but
> this doesn't seem very nice. Why can't I add sub domains to the
> mydomain.com record as A records?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
> PowerDNS 2.9.21 on CentOS 5.
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